NBC has granted the renewals of five drama series for the 2013-14 TV season, the network announced Friday. The shows that have been picked up for next season are “Revolution,”… More
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Whether she’s hopping off cliffs, battling rogue bandits or surviving in the post-apocalyptic wilderness, Tracy Spiridakos makes roughing it in the futuristic wild west of NBC’s “Revolution” look easy.
After spending the first half of the season on a perilous quest to rescue Danny (Graham Rogers) from the clutches of Monroe (David Lyons), “Revolution” shocked viewers by killing off… More
The “Revolution” will be televised. That’s what the cast and crew of the hit freshman drama promised on the red carpet before the show’s recent PaleyFest panel. The first ten… More
After a long winter hiatus, “Revolution” finally returns Monday, March 25, and in anticipation of its long-awaited return, NBC has released the first eight minutes of the midseason premiere, “The Stand,” … which you can watch right now if you are dying to know what happened to the gang after things went boom!
Can “Hannibal” and “Revolution” signal spring for NBC? What a bleak winter it’s been for broadcast networks and their new scripted shows! While the jury is out for CBS’ “Golden Boy,” ABC’s “Zero Hour” was a zero and “Red Widow,” based on early ratings, seems as doomed as its gunned-down mobster hubby.
AMC’s killer drama “The Walking Dead” has been named the deadliest show on TV, according to a new study conducted by funeralwise.com. For its second annual TV Body Count Study… More
NBC executives said Sunday they are conscious about the amount of violence they air in the wake of real-life tragedies like the Connecticut school shooting, but have made no changes in what has gone on the air or what is planned.
The producers of NBC’s “Revolution” are making sure the show’s return from a four-month hiatus on March 25 has been worth the wait for fans. The cast and creators of… More
The world didn’t end as some predicted last month. Even more remarkably, NBC demonstrated it just might have a future. No wonder Robert Greenblatt is marking two years as its boss with a new bounce in his step.